I know I’ve been quite hit and miss when it comes to posting since having gotten back from my trip to the Pacific Northwest and I apologize for that. Things have been crazy here, but I am currently trying to get back to some semblance of a normal schedule/routine.
Also, it’s really been feeling like summer here in the Houston area. I’ve already worn my white jeans multiple times and have even been able to get out the bikini as well. Crazy stuff–I know.
One brand I’ve come to love recently is Jude Connally and that is because of the saving grace of the moisture wicking material of many of her pieces (like the dress I am wearing above). If there’s one thing that annoys me, it’s when humidity gets my clothes to attack me and luckily that does not happen when you wear Jude Connally.
Have a wonderful Tuesday, y’all!
My second (and last) day in Seattle began with a morning spent in the Pioneer Square/International District area and followed by an afternoon at the Seattle Center.
The Seattle Center is seventy-four acres and was originally built for the 1962 World Fair. It currently is comprised of the Museum of Pop Culture, the Memorial Stadium, Chihuly Glass and Gardens, the Space Needle, and the Key Arena. I spent the majority of my time at the Museum of Pop Culture to check out the Nirvana, Jimi Hendrix, and Star Trek exhibits (amongst many others) and then made my way over to the Space Needle as the sun was setting.
To anyone who is visiting Seattle in the near future, I highly recommend that you check out this area as there is honestly just so much to do.
From hiking in the Deschutes Basin to exploring the Painted Hills to graduating from the U.O. to visiting Glacier National Park to checking out Graffiti Park in Austin and the Co-Cathedral in Downtown Houston, 2015 was one memorable year.
As previously mentioned, it was personally a rough year but with all that I was able to do, I don’t regret a thing.
Here’s to 2016!
Nothing says Texas like Whataburger
Love the little collectible hearts a shop sells in the small town where my parents live
The Free People dress I’ve been wearing nonstop since I got it a month ago (it has pockets!!)
Bathroom selfie in the gorgeous bathroom at the Petroleum Club in Houston
First Marble Slab Creameries cup I had in a while, with my favorite flavor–cinnamon vanilla
Hello y’all! I know, it must seem I have been on a bit of a blogging hiatus with having not posted anything since April (and it’s almost July…eek!). Honestly, so many things kept on getting granted a higher priority than this blog. However, now that I will be getting into my “upperclassmen” years of college, I am starting to get a better handle of what I consider to be my priorities and would love to be able to share my experiences (and everything else) with y’all!
There have been so many things that have occurred out in the world over the past two months that I am just itching to discuss along with things that have gone on in my life. I hope that all of y’all have had an amazing start to Summer and have been able to get some barbecuing accomplished! (:
Have a lovely day and a great end of the weekend y’all! (:
P.S: It’s great to be back! (;
It’s been a while since i’ve done a What to do Wednesday… post. Honestly, I have just been so busy doing some spring cleaning around the apartment (still not fully done!) and getting set up for my Spring Term classes. So far, I am loving my classes and am especially enjoying the yoga class I’m taking at the Student Rec Center.
Spring is an amazing time of year. Birds start to come out all a-tweeting, flowers are beginning to bloom, and here in Oregon it isn’t raining every single day (now just every other day). Also, Spring has come to represent a time of change for many people. I have come to embrace change recently. Even in the simplest ways I have changed things up, with buying some new, bright-colored jeans and some new mint nail polish. I have also cut my hair to an even shorter pixie.
It’s traditionally hard for people to embrace change, which is understandable. For instance, having a dad who went to college for a Ranch Management program and who later owned a ranch, I have constantly eaten red meat. Now, my previous statement might lead y’all to think I have turned to a more vegetarian route (umm…no, never) which is not the case. However, I have come to being okay with not eating red meat every day. I also have been eating more and more vegetables and fruit. Already I am starting to feel better and not as ‘heavy’ and have much more energy (though the rain does seem to drain that quite quickly..).
Now, I’m not saying that y’all should go and change some major aspect of your life after reading this. My advice really is just to be open to change and embrace it if it feels right. In my personal opinion, you really aren’t living life if you close yourself off from new opportunities that, in the end, can help you learn something new about yourself. However, I am going to also give a slight warning that what I am saying is to embrace the YOLO (you only live once) attitude that has seem to gone viral. That type of attitude actually hurts you instead of helping you, leaving you with bad consequences and regrets later on down the road.
I hope that y’all embrace the vibe that Primavera gives off and that you have a wonderful Wednesday!
And now for some inspirational (and never, ever cheesy) images!!! (:
(first image: motivationintohabit.tumblr.com and the rest are from my Pinterest page: http://pinterest.com/christendp/ )